Tuesday, August 02, 2011

War Crimes in Libya. Why Doesn't the West Care?

Pravda doesn't think much of the NATO campaign in Libya.

NATO war crime: Libya water supply
23.07.2011 | Source: 



A NATO terrorist attack has hit a water pipes factory in al-Brega, murdering six guards, this being the factory which makes pipes for the great man-made irrigation system across the desert which brings water to seventy per cent of Libyan homes, according to sources in Libya. The factory was hit after the water supply network was destroyed on Friday.

 July 22 2011. A date for humanity to remember. NATO hit the Libyan water supply pipeline. It will take months to repair. Then on Saturday they hit the pipeline factory producing pipes to repair it.

Since when is a water pipes factory in al-Brega a legitimate target to impose a no-fly zone to protect civilians? Sine when is the water supply pipeline itself a legitimate target?

 NATO has committed another war crime, targeting a civilian water supply network which brings water to 70% of Libya's population, according to Pravda.Ru sources in Libya. The general manager of the Man Made River Corporation which controls the pipeline reports it was hit in a NATO strike on Friday. In another clear violation of the law, a consignment from Italy of 19 000 AK-47's was caught in Ajdabiyah by the Libyan authorities, according to Libyan military sources.

 The international community has two choices: to turn a blind eye like cowards and allow NATO to murder Libyan children, murder Libyan civilians and support terrorists with their strikes - we have received information that white phosphorous is being used against Libyan government positions now that NATO is getting desperate- remember Napalm anyone?? The second option is for the international community to use the proper channels to bring pressure on NATO itself and on the politicians in its member states to stop this murderous atrocity, this outrage against civilization and international law, now.

You vote for this campaign? Then you are a child murderer, or sympathise with child murderers. Cameron, Obama and Sarkozy have the blood of hundreds of innocent people on their hands.

 If NATO's contribution to protecting civilians is bombing their water supply then the international community will respond to this heinous war crime, whether or not the politicians do. Will anyone please do something about this horrendous war crime? Or will we all sit back while NATO destroys water supply lines, a civilian structure? Is this protecting civilians or is this an act of revenge because NATO is losing?

 Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey


Maybe Pravda's editors forgot that people support evil governments by failing to do whatever necessary to toss them out.
Qadaffi hasn't done such a bad job setting up that irrigation system to deliver water to the people of Libya, has he? 
Does NATO have to commit war crimes against the populace to make Libyans rise up against their dictator who has watered them?
Most probably don't think their dictator is such a bad guy because they go about their lives with no trouble from him.  So they don't care about the NATO beef.
And who actually wants to oust Qadaffi, anyway if the Libyans don't?  Whose are those boots on the ground?

You don't know do you?

I'll tell you:  Al Quaeda.  Nato is arming Al Quaeda and other ultra terrorists from the Palestine conflict to do the fighting on the ground against Libyan government forces.

Does that remind you of anything?  The Iran/Iraq war?  The USSR/Afghanistan war, perhaps?

It should.  America helps arm the insurgents to get rid of a dictator they don't like, and then spends billions getting rid of the evil Islamic terrorist outfit they armed as insurgents.

I feel inclined to the opinion of Pravda, realizing still that a dictator stays in power only because the populace wrongly allows him to stay in power.  They have as much culpability as the dictaotr for the dictatorship.

In other words, YES, it's a war crime to blow up the irrigation system and the pipe supply system.



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